Tagged: minimalist running shoe

Merrell Bare Access XTR Sweeper

Merrell Unveils the Bare Access XTR Sweeper

The Bare Access XTR Sweeper is made with a more sustainable choice wherever possible, giving you the trail features you need, with less impact on the planet. Merrell has launched their most sustainable trail...

New Balance Minimus 10v2 Review

New Balance has long been on the forefront of the barefoot movement, and continues to be with their latest addition, the Minimus 10v2. As the name suggests, this is the second version of the...

Saucony Virrata Review

Several running companies have made a commitment to listening to runner feedback. Of late, the feedback from runners concerning natural running movement and techniques has grown increasingly fervent. Each company has their own take...

Newton MV2 Racing Flat Review

Type:  Minimalist Road Running Heel-Toe Differential / Drop:  0mm Weight:  5.2oz women’s / 5.8oz men’s The Newton MV2 is Newton’s first zero-drop model, another entrant to the ever-growing featherweight category of running shoes.  The...

K-Swiss Blade Foot Run Review

If you are shopping for running shoes, and K-Swiss has never been on your consideration list, you might want to look into the brand’s latest additions. Because of the history of the brand, I...

New Balance RC 1400 Review

With the minimalist movement in full stride, some runners are making the switch while many runners are asking questions and are on the fence.  If you’re one of those runners that want to make...

Pearl Izumi Streak 2 Review

Barefoot running seems like it is the new trend for 2011, but if you are like me and not quite ready to hang up your running shoes you might want to check out Pearl...

New Balance Minimus MR10 Review

Barefoot running seems to be the craze these days and with so many runners flocking to the idea, New Balance decided with their running background that they would put in their two cents, or...